This event takes place Friday November 15 at the Ship Studio at Dartington. Tea/coffee/registration will be available from 9.00 and we kick off at 09.30. We will finish around 16.00.

The day will explore the relationships between artists and those with other knowledges as we attempt to use art to explore areas concerning our planet and its species, and the effects of climate change.

Can we, as artists, make a meaningful and knowledgable contribution to the increasingly urgent debate around climate change? Can we weave a poesis around the ever-hardening debate around climate change, caressing the heart rather than bludgeoning the mind?

The day is being co-designed by participants on Tasting the Change art-science residency which draws to an end on Thursday November 14.

Tickets are still available for the Forum. Book here or pay on the door.


Find your way to Dartington.

The Ship Studio can be found in the main courtyard. Just enter the courtyard through the archway and follow the signs (pointing to the right) to the Ship Studio. Please note that Dartington is hosting a large event for Children in Need on Friday so car parking spaces are likely to be filled.



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